[Matroska-devel] return to tags

Steve Lhomme slhomme at matroska.org
Sun Sep 11 16:49:10 CEST 2011


THe TOTAL_PARTS and PART_NUMBER set to 0 seem a bit odd... The
PART_NUMBER is evaluated according to the TOTAL_PARTS above (if there
is one).

On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 3:09 PM, Boris Juraga <boris.juraga at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi i had to make a short break from my Matroska Media Center and now i
> have some time to continue the development
>
> i need some brainstorming on "tagging templates" for various scenarios
>
> scenarios:
> - 1 mkv, containing 1 movie, 1 video track, 1 audio track, 1 subtitle track
> so far i make this tags:
>
> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> <Tags>
>  <Tag>
>    <Targets>
>      <TargetTypeValue>70</TargetTypeValue>
>    </Targets>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>TITLE</Name>
>      <String>National Treasure</String>
>    </Simple>
>  </Tag>
>  <Tag>
>    <Targets>
>      <TargetTypeValue>60</TargetTypeValue>
>    </Targets>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>PART_NUMBER</Name>
>      <String>0</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>TOTAL_PARTS</Name>
>      <String>0</String>
>    </Simple>
>  </Tag>
>  <Tag>
>    <Targets>
>      <TargetTypeValue>50</TargetTypeValue>
>    </Targets>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>ORIGINAL_MEDIA_TYPE</Name>
>      <String>BLURAY</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>CONTENT_TYPE</Name>
>      <String>Movie</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>PART_NUMBER</Name>
>      <String>1</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>DATE_RELEASE</Name>
>      <String>25.11.2004</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>TITLE</Name>
>      <String>National Treasure</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>ARTIST</Name>
>      <String />
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>ACTOR</Name>
>      <String>Nicolas Cage</String>
>      <Simple>
>        <Name>CHARACTER</Name>
>        <String>Ben Gates</String>
>      </Simple>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>ACTOR</Name>
>      <String>Diane Kruger</String>
>      <Simple>
>        <Name>CHARACTER</Name>
>        <String>Abigail Chase</String>
>      </Simple>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>GENRE</Name>
>      <String>Action</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>GENRE</Name>
>      <String>Adventure</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>GENRE</Name>
>      <String>Crime</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>GENRE</Name>
>      <String>Drama</String>
>    </Simple>
>    <Simple>
>      <Name>GENRE</Name>
>      <String>Mystery</String>
>    </Simple>
>  </Tag>
> </Tags>
>
> explanation: <TargetTypeValue>70</TargetTypeValue> i hope it means
> about the boxset in this case National Treasure
>                  <TargetTypeValue>60</TargetTypeValue> i should have
> removed it all together
>                  <TargetTypeValue>50</TargetTypeValue> this i used
> for the movie itself (ORIGINAL_MEDIA_TYPE, CONTENT_TYPE PART_NUMBER
> [this is in case it is part of boxset], ...)
>
> i know i am missing allot of "everyday" tags and expect constructive
> criticism and some brainstorming
>
> also so far i have templates for tv show episodes -- based on the
> above xml, for music videos, and plan on making one for trailers
>
> --
> Sincerely,
> Boris Juraga, Freelance Software Developer
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-- 
Steve Lhomme
Matroska association Chairman



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